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* RURAL SCHOOL NOTES.
* S S S * * ee oe@e e e ae
September the sixth was the first
stated opening of tie county schools.
During the past week the trustees,
teachers and patrons had been busy
arranging for the openings. As a re
suit of this careful preparation the
session 1915-16 has begun most en
thusiastically. Increased Interest was
evidenced by a large number of pa
trons attending the opening exereises,
which were made instructive by short
The following schools have opened:
Laurenls city schools, Watts Mill,
Alountville, Gray Court-Ow iungs, i Lan
ford, Ora, Iurricane, lRock 13ridge,
.\lanIy (etinie imlpIr'ovVenI'44t; are he
Ing malde in 114 idllldual schools:
desks mal, shades , blackhnards;, etc.
are eing or(der(d.
l'rineciton has; recelilly voled three
imiil. extra tax; GrayI koaUnn
four. mills; Youngs No. : ( Warrior
Creek and lRiddIe's Old 1schols)
will vote additioial t:x this week.
Reedy (rove ald IleIhIh-eliin schools
are to consolidat' and raise the tax
Mt. Olive chool will erec(t a new build
ing imdi4' ossible by voting $ 0
II lln Iersvi: s School i v I.((t ing a
Oakville is aluln;.g a 1oom to the
bldCni a'!d l:wil(o.l( a tvo-teach
The trusteesof te L'ong \v'V
School ar.e bu1ilding.
The Old .\lutvile s;chool hias di
colkntiued for theo year. and thle pup1ilsb
will ut;:nd th. Mountiitville school.
"tI;t a Iale" 31441vment.
La.t fall inuch was heard of the
"Buy n Itle \lorement". It has beeni
suiggXeszted 11ta the variouls Schools of
the county push (lhe Plan of a "Get a
Bale" movement. A long distance
phone has just reported t hat the
douitville liproveienit assoclationi
has fold(,1 the suggestion and sue
ceeded in collecting a bale. I-;acl per
son attending opelning exercises were
ashed to dona e 25 11nds. Conigrat
ulations to Mountville. \Woiuldn't it
be a good idea for tile other school
ComuItui niti's to follow tliis example?
We ofTer a regular 1 wenty-live cents
Butecher Kniti for 014),.oly 10ents.
S. M. & . It. WIlKES & CO.
EVERY 11011E NEElls A F111'l'1
(', .\ ANI) (01,1) -I(El MEDY
When sea::ons't change and cold4 ap
pear--when you first. de elt a col af
ter sitting IexI to olne who has snez
ed, then it. is that a trieid an1d tested
remedy should be faiihfully used. I
never wrote a testimonial before, but.
1 know positively that for myself and
family, t)I. King's New l)iscovery is
the best cougI r4I4'4dy we ever u1sed
and we have 1 ri(d 1144em all." 54e and
.SAVE;) Flto.i 1)E..iTIIl
J. E. Erwin4 Says W'onderl''ti 1lmed
Brought Inm as1 oilshng 1liie.
C., -was for a lonig time41 thei victjim of
ser'ious dislordersi' of ii~ the tomiaeh. 11ie
triedi atll k ids of treatmt1114 and(4 had
Olne day lhe took a do0s1 of .\ayr's
Wonderfult ifteedy anid was aistont
ished at. the resul41ts. The1( 1help[ he
sought1 h:4( (d 4 cornI. v.' wole:
"1 am44 sat isf4'lied trough1 per24sonal
use of tie life--savinlg power's of yourl
WVond(er'ful ion'4iedy13. Youi havye savedl
miy lifte. 1 coold hi:i'e livedI but a1 few
weeks mori'- 1had it. no)1tilbeen f'or' yo)ur
remei'.1y. I am41 :(15 in l i: : Ilist of1 friends
suffeers'.-4W4 w h ght to1 ha11(1 some4 of
pmern4:ne'l real4t.s fori stonm4:eh, liver4
and1( infte(sti l al1m114)a1lts. I; at S as 1 much
and( wha4:te:ver you1 ilhe. No 44n1)re (1i
the stomach141141 and 0 a 41IlItI t heart. (let
04ne bottle h(f yuour4 druti'inh"t no(w and14
try it. On1 an ab 4.l(4te (' ;5ar anfee 1~It
not i-atisfaor4y mon(ey4 ',:1';i be r'trn
* TlYLJlISVLi~l NEWlS,
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ber of 41eople( 1from4 the m-ilhborhoodl
attendeld 5('vi ('41 a'~ I1 tfeh n 14( unda Iil~ y.
from (roms Aneblorl, sp04nt Sundaly in
Masteri \\"illiam 1 Ieniry Poo)C lI spet
Sunday~ witht Mr1s. .10shua0 C. P'oole.
TPhe Misses: Litle wee( theI guti(s of
their4 grandmother14I4,M4 5ir. Lulcy Glenn1
Mi's. .loh n Johnson01 i the gue4st (of
Mr. and1( .\It's. P. W. Uttleh and failyt~.
Misses (8race", Faitie and1( Mattie
Poole wVere in Laurens shopp~ling last
Mr'. J. S. Craig w'as in Laurens Mlon
Mr'. TP. P. Poole was in f'linton last
Mr'. .Joshuta .C. Poole was In Wood
ruff last Th'lursday Onl buisliness.
Cure Old bos, Other Ramedies Wn't Cumr
The worse caes,somatterof owtongstand~3O.
are cured by the wondertd, old refintble Dw,
Porter's Antiseptic Heatng Ol, if retfeves
sPata ..-r . to ab at h.e ernafl oi 23 , aSc nnL
* LANFORD NEWS. *
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Lanford, Sept. 6.-The school open
ed heire Alonday, with l'rof. C. S.
lloals as prilcipil, Miisses lucil Cox
and Whintle Jeans assistants.
.1 . J.'. Lankford and little grand
daughter, lLuth Wash, have returned
from a visit to Knoxville, Tenn., stop
ping a few days in Spartanburg.
Mrs. J. It. Fowler, Misses Othella
.Johnson, Carre Lou IlIiggins and Nan
tic Lan ford attended the Womians
l).issiolary mttU'O ing at Iliarimtony 'Tues
day and Wednesday.
Mliss Sarah Wolff and .ir. Zates Wal
drop atter(led the Sunday School con
vent ion at Sandy Springs itlirch as
dlelegats from thc . m. h urch.
I'ro. Spear. I ur idetto has gone to
' Ihain. Chi., to begin his year's work
as teacher. thelre.
M1r 7' o attrson is filo iest of
Mr. Talmllago PatterSon this week.
Mrs. W. If. Du111k Imll ( has r etiurned
from North Cariolina,, lir ieaIlti very
Dr. \'incent andl famlily ;pvent Sun
(lay at WV. II. I)rumniond's.
.\lr. Gray Nlooro 1ha.4 mkoved his fai
t!y to Gaffney.
.\il. .1. 1.. lIa11mon has aeceited a po
sition with tO Carey Fuilintoiture Co., at
lof. Chod .\-trtin i hert looking
.trhis farmin Viees.
lilk Fnnie Hiarmion is visiting ii
Newherriy and Union.
Capt. J. W. Lanford has return(d
frolin a visit to Edgotield.
.ames i-'leiin. has ronlf- to 1 auirens
to school this year.
PtMeg Carud In 6 to.14 buyi
YoM dtn1edAt wiU refu"Sd IMe. I PA3
OINTMNT ail tio -cure iay cne of 'twhing,
Dlind. Bleetehw of lvidrtcutig Ilgn n6 to M daye.
The first aolianlon givve Jaso ad Rest. Sfh.
A 1AUR1ENS COUNTC BOY. *
The August numblerI of the I ron
TrIadesimanl. piblished at Chattanooga,
one of tho leading trade journals of
the soitli, contains an ilteresting ar
ticle on the eiroer of lt. W. Conpton,
of Atlanta, Who was borni in this coun1
ty. .\lr. Colmplton is now miainager in
tho Soitheast territory for I toovenl
Owcns, Renltschi(ed Co., I lailiiton,
Ohio. mttkiliftact.tier of eigilos, witi
oftiles in Atlanta. Hiis friends ierne
will he intereste d ii i it a rticl from
tle Iron TrInadesinan, wih follows:
Sone years ago on a tarm1 in Lau
rois countty. S. C.,a btoy was bolrn.
Illis early dlays were 1 spent as Is usual
oil farm 1s, hiis first wotk was the lI ght
thioies, thon camto milking and finally
plowing. IHis parents have beon hoard
to relark that When lie left tile farmti
a good plow hand was lost.
Upon elitrau e to city lifo Itls fir-st
employment was in a machile shop.
.\*fter servinig a suittalle timei ats ail
lprtie h4 Iowals adlvanel0l to the I0
this timte .\n. It. \\'. ompton. tor it
s)tud~y of mechniil engineetrionz It
hauiPpened( that a larg' palt of tlb work
in thle iho' Ill whtieb ho was empi loyed
was thu- riingl. Settling and adljust
ing (f lng~inOs oft all k~litd..
.\s tou studiy of power plantt probi
ti :tliinc ini ai iws lbint wouirii lii
he di 1 |. Therfor :h .-oin! it i nan '
OC lineL IempilC o initsl a ip~ilant h..
in' 5) i+:ii wn ins . t n tiu ; ois itin
of whie hnisnee: and lelh:al no
.\!!li (rob miis of a mhsanicl sn
hi wr wais':i '\or we l one that it wa
n ton refiid r workIili to m. ~ I n:in
Nik wasis speeoalty Ilie. hasr
herd onines al IS kaindsaned smzn
In prat5iltoer state iont ofi ahe
.\iasonI o liexon later lilo hs tad
1?fliird l v0l' tue r .\l'nta otoilye (o(
has sinc. been harl dog -dh~ teriory
(hIn t hn tha toi mi.Ct 1e mot x
ofte lamilton Corlies tn one, wor
lookig yera asdtan prsles man
oereigylh for the near Cop
ene. Two yeai) rom ntrhe farm mar
yneowe lofding .toe'noflehani
eal'. I te soystheat thseis farlll
doeisn yeafrt anl thposptsr
haes ben th thee ra(t semr farphi
lpe ravselteffr. ons eve
ed Iron Racket Buyers
Back from the Market
Where they made some big purchases for their
Six Stores consisting of the most popular styles
and best values for this fall and winter.
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Millinery,
Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Underwear, Suspenders, Neckwear, Gloves,
Men's rind Boys' Pants, Boys' School Suits and Dress Suits,
Notions and Racket Goods, Tablets, Pencils, Candy, Box Paper,
Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Toilet Articles, Standard Medicines,
Tobacco, CIgaretts, Cigarq, Rugs, Window Shades, Tinware, Glass,
Crockery, Enameledware and thousands of other Novelties, No
tions and Racket Goods. Carloads of merchandise will be arriv
Ing during the next two weeks.
It will pay you to visit our two stores oftee this fall and re=
member we sell same goods 10 to 35 per cent. less than other
houses ask for the same goods.
Watch Red Iron Racket for Bargains
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY
1000 BARGAINS I ALWAYS BUSY. THERE'S A REASON '1000 BARGAINS
No. I Store 210 West Laurens St. Next to Bramletts Shop. No. 2 Store South Side of Public
Square, 0. B. Simmon's Old Stand
St9te of South carolina,
dliCounty of Laurens.
NWl101-011, Pettions signed 1)3' a legal
fW1nmber of the qualified electors and
fl - oflSder r beriing in atel.oL
NAshool . listriet No. 2, La true s county,
Iol Clionth (l11estl or voting an1 taddl
Fstonal 2 rllp tax )orl the propnaty
In said 4echool distrIct to be used for
M0 Only such electors as return real
orlnrsmer O m pany fr axtin n
hose fa vo r'l Ii (h e 2 il I add i io tal
tinIt gives us great pleasure to state that our selec-a flltIfiiisto
toofLadies, Misses and Childrens Coat Sui $ and tial t :*N;?wblo
Dress Goods will be ahead of anything w hay shown
in1 1 VIt is5e--~ Ntrd 11111
Iaheretofore, and at prices that will appeal to a.econ- o o li iI1tO-~ute
Lomical buyers who want the newest thing 2 t$O0, t tsC'" hl e ol l
We call your special attention to Ladies CoSat ni100 ".;'"\heo"tos ii. ev'on.unter
S$12.50, $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00. Novelties in Neckwear 25c ""tiom a ten daIsYer.
and 50c. Feather Bows $1.25, $2.00 and $3.50. ___________d.
OurMilier DepartmentI "oaty or
11 This department is in charge of Miss Fannie Clarke, who has "'l'ns,Na'nie""i. "Jnand 1. C
just arrived from the Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York uJ "i 3"2,d; i"t
markets, where she selected a complete line of the newest things "n o terert Cit an ad-es
flin high-grade Millinery and Novelties. VWe expect to show one of nIo~s and s~'lingu~lUa de
the, greatest assortments ever shown in Laurens. Our prices will JOnCe' deeod, tl,t thOy 1w atd
bejs satatv sthe goods. pear before meo, ii thu Court of Pro
lHo se, Lap~rens, S. C. 0on the 20th~ day
Are you -going off to College. o Seta 1,nxt fero 1)1)1
fl ~ If so, you want to come here for your outfit. We have comn- 'h"' th*"s"Jariadinsaion "hul
plet asortent forBoy an Gils.not ho grantoed.
fl p et asort ent fo Boy an Gils. ___________________________ f Given under my bhind thIs 6th day
. fSptm e, n oDo ii1915.
Sepe*br, O. G. Thbompsonl,
U ~ Make our store your shopping place. U~ 2j : c.
N MINTER COMPANY fl . . '- A
NE WFLLSESFRNEW F A LL SUITS FORl TOUNG OnROMa a
LA DIES4 ...... .0, $3.40 and $40 M. AND AYS$5.&, $0.0, $0.0
P Jhoenix Slk Hos e, and $1.00 L u ens, . RAIN ('OATS FOIR MEN, LADIES, Ent S al LUas ,S.C.
OY AD GRL E AiO 1 (sM-I.